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12-23-2010 08:13 PM
I am still confused about my monthly data limit and how using wifi can help. (I think the whole having the data limit is worrying me.) For example, I downloaded the Pandora app. Is it just plain stupid to use that without being on a wifi network bc of all the data it uses? More importantly, when I am signed into a wifi network, would that Pandora app really not use any of my data allotment? Even though I'm playing songs yada yada yada? Or does being signed into wifi only save your data on email and texts? Thanks to anyone who can help.
12-24-2010 06:34 AM
12-28-2010 08:48 PM
On your homescreen, go to Manage Connections. Scroll down to Mobile Network Options. Click it. Under Connection Preference, drop down the menu and choose Wi-Fi Preferred. That way, anytime you're in an area to which you're connected to a saved Wi-Fi connection, your phone will default to the Wi-Fi connection and you won't use any data on your cell data plan.